Posts in category usability

Unveiling the new Tor Community portal

by ggus | May 19, 2020

Today, we are officially launching our Community portal. This is part of our continuous effort to better organize all of our different content into portals. The Community portal contains six sections: Training, Outreach, Onion Services, Localization, User Research, and Relay Operations. It's about time that the Tor Project has a dedicated place to help you to help Tor!

We’re Upping Our Support to Mobile Browsing

by isabela | September 5, 2017

It’s essential for us to reach people in areas in the world with heavy online surveillance and censorship, especially those in the Global South. Most people in these regions only use smartphones to access the internet, and we want to better support these users by upping our support for mobile browsing.

Take Part in a Study to Help Improve Onion Services

by phw | August 16, 2017

The goal of our study is to understand your expectations, assumptions, and habits when browsing onion services. For example, we are wondering: How do you keep track of onion domains? How do you discover new onion services? How do you know an onion service is legitimate and not an impersonation? By answering these questions, we can identify usability issues and build better anonymity technology.